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Fantastic Neighborhood 21: Watching Standard Definition is Like Vomiting in Your Own Eyes

In the latest episode of Fantastic Neighborhood, Fred talks about M13 - the dangerous Peruvian gang of Magic card dealers, finally reaching level 60 in Diablo - and not liking it, and the joy of accumulating more games than you have time to play! Jon brings a bit more to the table, including falling in love with the flawed Amazing Spider-Man and getting all dick-hard over 3D on his new TV (including Halo: CE Anniversary). Portably, Jon got infatuated with and then got frustrated with Tower of Fortune, and took in the gorgeously animated, and recently resurrected The Act. Hype Bonanza topics this week include NiGHTS, Steam sales, and Felicia Day Controversy. Then, we have our check-in for Amnesia: The Dark Descent, which is spoooooooky. (Amnesia: The Dark Descent, Culture, Diablo III, Felicia Day, Halo Combat Evolved Anniversary, NiGHTS Into Dreams, Steam, The Act)

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